Hair Loss

Simplified

Hair Loss is often misdiagnosed and misunderstood purely because the identification process is too complicated to understand.  We have simplified hair loss to 3 causes; Genetic, Medication and Medical Conditions.  These 3 causes can be clearly identified by the pattern of thinning on the scalp. By correctly recognising the pattern and placement of thinning on your scalp, we are able to narrow down the contributing factors and prescribe a solution suitable to you and your specific hair loss needs.

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Hair Loss due to

Genetics

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GENETIC HAIR LOSS
Thinning of the temporal, crown and middle path

Male and Female Pattern Baldness is generally the most commonly known type of hair loss, and is clearly identified by its unique pattern of thinning of the temporal, crown and middle path.  Essentially we like to simplify this to say; genetic hair loss is only found on the top part of the scalp.  We offer a complete solution to Genetic Hair Loss including Professional Aftercare and Home Treatments, In-Salon Laser Therapy, Micro-pigmentation and FUE Transplants.

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Hair Loss due to

Medications

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MEDICATIONS
Thinning across the entire scalp

Many commonly prescribed prescription drugs can cause temporary hair loss and potentially trigger the onset of male and female pattern baldness. Depending on the sensitivity of a person’s physiology will depict whether or not a person will be affected by these prescribed prescription drugs. These drugs force your hair into a premature Telogen/Exogen (resting/falling out cycle) resulting in up to 50% of a person’s hair falling out within a short period of time. These prescribed drugs normally only showcase hair loss after 1-2 years of continual use. Younger girls in particular notice hair loss through certain contraceptives that disrupt the normal growing cycles of hair growth.

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Identifying

the type of Hair Loss

There are many types of hair loss, but these 3 types assist in identifying the cause of hair loss;

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Hair Loss due to

Medical Conditions

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MEDICAL CONDITION
Thinning in patches, lines or bald spots across the scalp

A medical condition that influences your hair is defined as anything that changes the normal well being of a person’s physiology eg. Thyroid abnormalities, auto immune disease, pregnancies, stress, poor diets leading to acidosis, high or low blood pressure, diabetes, blunt trauma to a hair follicle ect. This means resources are taken away from hair building and set towards defence from germs, microbes, bacteria etc. Some people have argued that human head hair serves the purpose of conspicuous consumption much like a peacocks tail which serves no purpose but vanity but illustrates a gauge of health. So in other words if a person losses their hair due to a medical condition then its your physiology’s way of sounding an alarm notifying of a change in the normal events of our constitution and potentially leading to hair loss.

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